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ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA.
SATURDAY, September 5,1SS5:
Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac
C, H.. Va.. as second-class matter.
~ FOR GOVERNOR
Gek. Fitzhugh Lee,
FOR LIEUT GOVERNOR.
Hon. .Igiin E. Massey,
I FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Hon. rufus a. ayees,
John W. G. Blacestone.
FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES,
T. T. WBSCOTT.
for accomac and NORTHAMPTON
S. S. WlLKINS.
In Mahoue's Richmond Organ
ofi he 2d inst., is a letter signed
"Accomac," pnrport:ng to give an
account oi the.public speaking here
on Court-day., Had we not known
'that EtfTerfrrrts was elsewhere, we
shcnld have sworn that letter was
written by him?so utterly incorrect
is it. The writer is evidently a
descendant in the straight line lrom
Baron Milliehausen. It is true Judge
Garrison refused a joiut discussion
?at;d simply for the reason he
kmw that ihe whites who, would
voluntarily go to Blair, would be
the handful of Mahone-.new?issue
Mack Republicans, and possibly
a few Democrats who would go to
laugh, and the body and soul of that
party?the negroes. And so it was.
The Democrats raised their speak?
er' stage early in the week before
? and in being refuse d a joint dis?
cussion the new-issues put up a
stage nearby to claim the crowd?
01 \voi*e. 3 he ways of the enemies
of Virginia, are dark, devious, and
tt i>d toward anything to steal Vir?
ginia to negro Republicanism
that M?hone and his peculiar
friends may fatten. This letter to
tie "Whig is in full keeping with
ti e policy it represents. That the
people may see, and tell their neigh?
bors, seme of the choice methods
of the maligner "Accomac,"we pub?
lish extracts from the Whig: "The
platforms were not more than one
1 undred feet apart * * * the crowd
divided aud many went to Blair.
Lee failed to have the warm recep?
tion he expected, and his speech
fell flat. * * * Blair drew away at
least half of Lee's crowd." * * * Is
~^pJ&aii.honest ..mauju. Accomac.
who was present, who does not
know all this is nntiue? The whole
tuith is that not only in Aceomac,
but elsewhere in Virginia, the en?
tire stock iu trade of the new-issue
Mack republican party consists in
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, the Democrat?
ic nominee for Governor of Virgin?
ia ,a d dressed aecci di n g to an nounee
nient, a large and enthusiastic nu
flience at Accomac C. H., last Mon?
day. From neaily every part of
our county scores of people came to
welcome our standard bearer and
the reception given him could not
have failed to convince him of the
loyalty of our people for their
chief. Of t he 3000 people estima?
ted to be present, all save the color?
ed people, about 200 in number and
a score of white men, perhaps less,
were supporters of Gen. Lee, and
enthusiastically welcomed him.
Gen. Lee spoke for about two hours
and was attentively listened to and
vigorously applauded. Nor was his
speech unworthy of the attention it
received. It was logical, eloquent, re
Iplcte with loftysentimentandfullof
ifacts whichshowed a thourough ac?
quaintance with the issues in Vir?
ginia of to day. The evil which the
success of Mahoneism atthe fall elec
tion,would entail upon us, were por
taryed in a masterly manner?the
blessings which would assure toVir
ginin by its failure were aptly, forci?
bly and eloquently presented. While
General Lee was speaking Break?
fast Blair addressed a few yards
distant the colored people, less than
a dozen white Mahouitesanda few
Democrats, attracted thither by the
ravings and contortions of Mr.
Blare and the applause of his
Mr. John S.Wise,31ahone's candi?
date for Governor ot Virginia, has
been justly characterized by Hon.
JohnE. Massey, as "very brave and
very prudent"?"Very brave to
smack a preacher and an old man.
and very prudent elsewhere. Mas
eey it right?and if testimony is
needed the Editor of the "Campaign
"last year can be called to t he stand.
Jwdge Rhen, at Bristol, challenged
him to debate. He declined on the
ground, he only wished to meet
Gen. Lee. Yet, he declared at Ab
ingdon he "would give a division of
time to any man repesenting the
Democratic party." Among the
other unenviable soubriquet Mr.
Wise has received?"The Kitchen
statesman"?"The trick mule of the
Danville Circus"?Mr. Blaiue's
"Dear Wise:" and glass ball John?
ny, he will have to add, prudeut
John unless he quits shirking.
Geu. Fitzhugh Lee in Accomac.
General Lee during this week
has made three speeches iu Accom?
ac Monday, at Accomac C. H. Tues?
day, at Chincoteague and Wednes?
day at Belle H?ven, and on every
occasion has had a reception at
the hands of our own people, wor?
thy thedistinguished visitor. Every
Democrat in the counry, who has
heard him, has been delighred with
him. The undying laurels which
he had wou as a military chieftain,
had endeared all of us to him "who
are not apostates for the price of onr
apostasy" before we bad ever seen
him, and by his speeches he has
shown such a thorough knowledge
of the needs aud wants of Virginia,
, and such ability to cope with them,
I that every one was impressed with
the fact that he is no less worthy
of the civic honors to be bestowed
upon him. We can only give in
our limited space a brief summary
of his admirable speech delivered
at Accomac C. H., Va., Monday.
After a ft w remarks complimentary
to the thrift, enterprise and loyalty
to Democracy of our people, Gen.
Lee said, that to day he was the
candidate of the Democratic party
for Governor, nominated by the
people of Virginia in convention
assembled. No boss controlled it
as did the Mahoue convention. His
candidacy resulted from a choice of
her people.. No oho^jhad or could
Loss him. If elected he went into
office untrammeled, was iree to act
for the best interests of all her neo
ple. Had been a soldier until the
surrender at Appomattox, since
then had been a farmer and if elect?
ed would be the first farmer wno
had been Governor siuce 18-13. In a
brief review of the Cleveland admin?
istration, he approved it?and
said that Cleveland as Chief Exec?
utor was bound to go slow to pre
vent mistakes, but that iu the end
all would be well. He expressed
thanks that the government under
Cleveland's administration was
stronger than it had been for many
years. The debt question, free
schools, riot al Danville &e.t were
iu turn taken up by General Lee
and haudied in a masterly way. In
regard to the debt question which
had been the"Iliadof all our woes."
Gen. Lee said that the funding bill,
which was the beginning of our
troubles in that respect was passed
by votes, the majority of which
were Republican. The Democrats
had sought to remedy the evil,
through what is know as the Mc
Cnllough bill, but the issue being
made between the settlement under
it and under what is known as the
Riddleberger bill and the Demo?
cratic party being beaten, true to
its instincts ox allowing the
majority of the people to rule had
adopted it as their settlement.
That the Democratic parry two
years ago at Lyncbburg, and last
month in Richmond, avowed it as
theirunchangeable purpose to and
by the Riddleberger settle ent.
That a Democratic legislator jiad
not only proclaimed it their tin .'ter
able purpose to stand by that set?
tlement as final nut all the measures
passed by them iu regard to the
debt settlemeut were' afrThe sugges?
tion of Governor Cameron and with
the approval of the Republican
members of the Legislature. That
the vexatious litigation which arose
out of the debt question, was due
not by to acts of a Democratic leg?
islature to impede its settlement,
but to acts passed by the Republi
cans before they came into power.
That the case of Poindexter vs.
Greeiihow arose before the Demo?
cratic amendment ol March 13,18,
S4, and in that case the act of Janu?
ary 26, 1SS2, was declared to be un?
constitutional, null and void. It was
therefore unconstitutional before
and not because of the act of March
13, 1884. General Lee couteuded
that if, as General Mabonc asserts
the action of the last General As?
sembly was idle, ill considered and
vindictive, then General Malione's
Governor, Camerou, was responsi
able for it.
Gen. Lee said'that he originally
had been in favor of paying the $30,
000.000 as the McCuIlocb bill pro?
vided, but the Democratic party
having been defeated on that issue,
he acquiesced in the will of the ma
joiity and favored the settlement
of our debt as provided in the Rid
dleberger bill. He held with the
Democratic i latform, that the debt
question bad ceased to be a matter
of dollars and cents and was now a
question of State Sovereignty, a
question in which every State iu
the Union is vitally interested. The
remedy in General Lee's opinion
was to provide against the bold ju?
dicial usurpation ol the Supreme
court aud insist that the eleventh
amendment shall not be violated or
Genera! Lee in discussing his op?
ponent, said Mr. Wise indorsed
that part of tbeRepublican platform
which pronounced Virginians as
murderers and assassins, because
of the riot at Danville; that a few
days ago he bad termed the Dem?
ocratic Legislature a lot of seat
stealing and shot gun thieves; that
he had deliberately raked up every
murder which had occurred in Dan?
ville for a quarter of a century lor
the purpose of vilifying and abus
ing her people?end that no man
with such animosity against any
one section, could do justice to all
her people aud he was unfit there?
fore to be Governor. General Lee
proclaimed himself as national in
his sympathies aud while partici?
pating in the obsequies of Graut
realized tho hearty Union of the
North and South and rejoiced at it.
Iu discussing the school question
Gen. Lee refuted the charge that
the Democratic party was an ene
my to the public school system.?
He said that a Democratic-Legisla?
ture had put it into operation two
years before they were required to
do it and that all acts which since
had tended to foster it had emana?
ted from Democrats. That he be?
lieved in the education of the peo?
ple, and in a letter published in
1877 had strongly advocated the
public free school system and was
a no less staunch advocate of it now.
That be favored the Blair bill
which if it had passed would have
distributed miliows of dollars in the
South for the education of her peo
pic, and that while snch Democrats
as Garland and Lamar approved
it also, such Republicans like Sher?
man Allison and other's with whom
Mr. Wise is so closely allied oppos?
ed it. General Lee after commen?
ting upon the fact that the South,
was beginning to prosper and that
its contiuance was due to suprera
ancy of the Democratic party, con?
cluded his speech with a hearty
commendation of Cleveland's ad?
ministration, amid loud and contin?
ued applause. Eloquent addresses
were also delivered, by Hon. W. R.
Aylett, A. King William and Col.
Starke of Norfolk, in advocacy of
Democratic principles, and in the
interest of Gen. Lee.
The (Jbnngrcs in rostofliccs.
Washington, Sept. 1. In view
of tho complaints that have been
made as to the administration's
tardiuess in appointing new. post?
masters, it becomes a matter of in?
terest to know that since tho ad?
journment of the Senate there have
been 4S7 changes in the 2,332 presi?
dential postoffices, and that over 9,
000 fourth class postmasters have
been appointed. The Postoffice
Department is now engaged in mak?
ing up lists of presidential nomina?
tions of postmasters for the Presi
dent's action upon his return, sr
that they may be ready for submis?
sion to the Senate at the beginning
Lof the session. There are some 48,
000 fourth-class postoffices, and of
these abent one eighth have been
filled with Democrats. When tho
enormous amount of labor involved
in effecting these changes, where
due regard to the interests of the
public service is had, is taken into
consideration, it will be seen that
the administration has been mov?
ing about as rapidly as could be ex
Gen. Firzhugh Lee will attend
the agricultural fair at Lynch burg,
Va., October 14 and 15, and will de?
liver an address. Arrangements
are in progress for a grand recep?
tion by his former Confederate com?
"Tho Greatest Cure on Earth for rain." WU1
I relieve morn quickly tlmn any othc- known
! >?Sttf$s? taf> RhOOB*Ui*Bti Neuralgia,
Swelling* stiil Keck, Dr?ben,
Bnrn.i, Scalda, Cuts Lumbn
\po, rieurlsv, Ssres, Frost-bitco,
I Backache, ?iiin-<y, Sore Thront,
1 Sciatica, Vwunds, Houdacho,
; Toothache, Spraina, et?. Price
-1'ictn. a bottle. Sold by all
;dnisp)?ts. Caution.?The ffcu
ulno Salvation Oil bears our
? registered Tnule-Mork, and our
I fac-fllmlle glrmatnro. A. U Meyer Jt Co., Bolo
I Proprietors, Baltimore, Md., U. S. A.
Or. BuII'h Cough Syrnv will cure yon?
Couch at oucc. Price ouly 25 Cts. a bottle.
^Annie Kellam, Smith G. Wal?
ter, Sadie I. Walter, Georgie
S. Walter, Eddie A. Walter,. Jaifes
alter^_\Vnrrlie Hyjd'<>p, Jenniew
"Ayres, GeorgTe'SRirkie, Bobie Hy-V
slop, Betsy Tawes, Sarah Tawes,
Leonard Tawes, John Tawes and
John W. Hyslop, administrator of
Smith Hyslop, deceased.
I shall move the Judge of the
County Court of Accomack county
on the first day of the next Septem?
ber term of the County Court of
said county, to substitute John J.
Gunter asTiustee in a certain deed
of trust from Smith Hyslop to Ben?
jamin T. Gunter Trustee for the
benefit of Jno. W. Hyslop, bearing
date the 4th, day of November A.
D. 1SG9, and of record iu the clerk.'
office of the County Court of sait
county, the said Benjamin T. Gun?
ter, Trustee having declined to ac?
cept the trust.
Jno. W. Hyslop, by
Gunter & Blackstone, his Attys.
We are WHOLESALE AGENTS
for a NEW YORK MANUFAC?
we guarantee them full size, (24x24.)
and good quality, and will guaran?
tee New Yoik prices. All orders
accompanied with cash or city ref
ence promptly filled. Your orders
W. C, Lindsay & Co.,
COR. KING & WATER STS.,
The present short method in-selling
goods, which prevails in all the cities
necessitates a change with me, and I
hereby notify my lriends and public gen?
erally", lhat on and alter July lOtli, next
no credit will be given to anv one longer
than sixty days. Nothing but ab olute
necessity causes me to do this. All per?
sons indebted to me~are respectfully re?
quested between now and the 1st d;iy of
August, to come forward and settle by
cash or note. A new line of spring and
summer goods such as lace brocades,
trimmings suitable for same, also India
linens, lawns, piques, velvet, lawns and
every class of goods suitable for ladies
usually found in a first-class country
store have been just received and will be
sold at bcttom prices for cash. Thank?
ing my patrons for past favors and solic
itingthe same in the future, Isurscribe
myself Yours respectfully
J. C. Wescott.
Everett T. M & Co.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants
and Shippers of
Produce, Poultry, ]?isl),
308 South Front Street
D. J. Whealton, Chincoteague, Va.
Dr. J. E. Brodwater, Temperance
6th National Bauk. fhila., Pa.
NOTBCE TO SHIPPERS
On and after Alignt ISth, tho
weekly packets of the undersigned
will sail regularly from Occohbn
noek Neck for Norfolk as follows:
Schooner T. J. Jackson, on Wed?
nesday, schooner Palestine, on Sat?
urday. Freight; will be received on
lihem early every Tuesday and Fri?
day at Rue's wharf, and early every
Wednesday and Saturday * at the
lower wharves, leaving Stnrgis'
wharf lor Norfolk at 11 o'clock,
Barrels will be furnished in ex?
change at cost.
The safe delivery of every barrel
of produce is guaranteed by me,
the dangers of the sea excepted.
Sort your potatoes well, fill your
barrels full, and don't let the hot
sun burn them at the time of digging
them, ship them by my vessels ac?
cording to my instructions, aud I
will guarantee satisfaction or as
good returns as shipped by any
I will always be ready to buy at
the wharf for cash or goods, aud
will pay the highest prices forigood
stock. Patronizeyour home friends.
VV. J. Rmi,
Belle Haven, Va.
STORK-HOUSE AND DyTKL
LINGS FOR RENT Alk>
DAVIS' WHARF, ACCOMAC
I offer for rent for the year 1SS6
or for a longer term as may be
1. ?Store house and dwelling at
present occupied byMr.T.M. West.
2. ?Dwelling occupied by L S.
The property offered for rent is
located at Davis' wharf, to which
mails are carried 3 times a week by
land aud twice by steamers which
ply between that point and Balti
more. It is within 2? miles of a
church and in a few hundred yards
of a school-bouse to be supplied
this year with a first-class teacher.
For further particulars address
PETER H. DAVIS,
[ Wesleyan Female College,
The next session will begin on
Wednesday, September 23rd,13S5.
Excellent arrangements for eighty
boarders. Faculty full and efficient.
Terms for nine months.
Board, English Tuition, Latin Ger?
man, French and Instrumental
Without Music.8153 to 8163.
E. E. PARHAM, A. M.,
Livery an? Exclianse State,
Accomac C. H., Va.
%lenrp- Fee Jjilliston,
Keeps always on hand, for Sale or Ex?
Select Stock of ^dorses.
Horses fed by the day, week or month
at reasonable rates.
Passengers conveyed to any part of the
peninsula at bottom prices aud with
comfort and dispatch.
The POL3CE GAZETTE
will be mailed, securely wrapped,
to any address in the United States
for three months on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to Post?
masters, Agents aud Clubs. Sam
pie copies mailed free.
Address all orders to
RICHRD K. FO X,
Franklin Square, N. Y
I" B. SAVAGE,
1 . Salesman for Virginia for
Sipr, Harris, Bassen & Co.,
Men sy Youths' jBoys' and
Nos. 525 Market and
522 Commerce Streets,
f. T. Bum. Bb, ft DO"
Accomac county, Va.",
General Merchandise, Lumber,
Shingles, Laths, Railing, Well
Tubing, Lime, Furniture,
Fertilizers, &c, ?See.
tsPFurnitnre sold at Baltimore
prices, stock of building material
large, and shipments can be con?
veniently made to any point on
Notice to Shippers
OF SWEET POTATOES.
Stinipson, Murray -4 Co.,
27 North Market & 27 Clinton Sts.,
ESPSbippers to us will receive their
money at George F. Parser & Co.,
Accomac C. H., or at railroad stiv
.^Shippers to Stimpson, Murray
& Co., will have no trouble jn get-,
ting their money.
GEORGE W. TULL, with
R. E. COCHRAN $ CO.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants,
96 PAEK PLACE - NEW YORK.
Shipping Number 3Q
G. FUR MAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
-Foe the Sale of???
Produce of all kinds, Poultry, Game, &c?Sweet and Irish Potatoes specialties.
19 Vesey Pier and 50 & 52 Broad Ave., W. Washington Market, N. Y.
Consignments Solicited. Returns Made Promptly.
Stencils Furnished on Application. Slapping No. 58
References?North River Bank, N. Y; Geo. T. Gillespie, N. W. Nock, John
F. Gillespie, I). D. Abbott, Seaside; N. Bel?te, B. D. Parks, Geo. W. Hope,
Henry Boss. W. T. Mea-rs, James G. Pox, Modestown
?"Represented by Thomas li. Gillespie, with whom money is deposited to cash
all the checks of the linn
16 VINE STREET
' ^^Specialties?Irish and Sweet Potatoes, Berries, Peas, Fruits, Eggs,
Reference?Any Commission House or Commercial Agency of U. S.
Bp-Represented by E. W. Barnes, Parksley, Va.
-COMMISSION MM^iMTS I#
FRUITS Ami PRODUCE,
EsPStcncils and invoice cams furnished free on application. Prompt
retains check or registered letter.
J^Reference:?Tnrc: national Trust Company, Wiggin & Upton, Bos
ton Produce Exchange.
INGLEE & BIDGOOD,
Produce Commission Merchants,
236 WASHINGTON ST.,
SHIPPING NUMBER 17. NEW YORK.
f^Sweet potatoes a specialty. We employ no country ageots
Sweet Potatoes a Specialty.
335 Washington St., - New York.
^Represented by S. R. Nelson, Nelsonia, with whom money is de j
posited to pay all his checks for shipments from the Eastern Shore.
WHOLESALE FRUIT ASD PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
97 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
IRISH AND SWEET POTATOES, ONIONS,
Strawberries aud All Kinds of Truck Specialties.
EifStencils aud iuvoice cards furnished on application. Consignments
solicited and prompt returns made.
-Refer by Permission
W. J. White, Metompkin, Va.; William H. B. Custis, Acco
raac C. H., Va.; G. W. Beloate, Tasley station, Va.; W. D. Lewis, Ouau
cock, Va.; W. J. Bue, Belle Haven, Va.; J. S. Bull, Craddockville, and
H. B. Stewart, Hadlock, Va.
BROWN J DE WI1
Wholesale Commission Merchants,
And dealers in
Southern Vegetables. - Potatoes a Specialty.
5U""BF"%^ NEW YORK.
r^Reference?Irving National Bank.
Shipping No. 86.
Phillips, Henry & Co.
Phillips, Henry & Co.
164 & 165 'W est street, - - New York.
Reference?North River Bank, N.Y.; Marine Bank and Bank of Commerce,
Norfolk, Va.; Commercial Agencies, also tbe farmers and merchants of
Eastern Shore. Prompt returns guaranteed.
(Formerly of Accomac county, Virginia)
IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTEPS, TERRAPINS
WILD FOWL AND ALL KINDS COUNTRY PRODUCE.
No. 63 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE.
^Shipping Letter, "F."
J. A. Tatem J. Godwin
L. J. TurHngton
"Wholesale Commission Merchants
In Peaches, Berries, Potatoes, Eggs. Fish and Oysters, &c,
264 S. Front St., Philadelphia,
Consignments solicited. Returns made promptly.
Shipping Number 264.
15 years established.
G. S. PALMER,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
For the sale of
Strawberries, Peaches, Melons, Peas, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Eto.
166 Reade Street. New York.
Branch House: Del. Ave. & Dock St., Philadelphia.
Consignments solicited and r.oturus made promptly. Steuclls and Market Reports furnished en
a i plication,
( Chatham National Bank,) ?
"References: ] Thurber, Whyland & Co., / ? ew 10lK ?lty* -
( Also, Principal Merchimtsand Truckers of the Eastern Shore.
Specialties:?Irish and Sweet Potatoes, Poultry, Game, Eggs, &c.
73 and 75 Clinton street, Soston, Mass.
References:?Nathan Bobbins, President of F. H. National BaHk,
Boston; Hill Bros., corner of Park Place and Greenwich Sts.,New York;
P. J. Rew, Metompkin, Va.; J. C.Mathers, Micouopy,Fla.;orBradstreets
^Represented by E. W. Barnes, Esq., Parksley; T. H. Budd, Tasley;
B. VV. Mears & Son, Kellar; L. F. Godwin. Birds Nest, Va.,
RobertGonDon and Read Gordon, SpeTPartnerto.Tan. 1,188?
0. Hutton, Gen'l Partners.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN
Early Fruits, Vegetables, Oysters, Terrapins, Wild Fowl, and all kinds of
185 Chambers Street, - - New York.
J. E. HENDRICKSON & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
In Early Fruits. Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Garden Peas, String Beans,
Poultry, Eggs, and all kinds of Live Stock.
222 North Delaware Avenue,
j Money always deposited with their agents, Seiby & Conquest,
Oak Kali, Va., to secure shippers.
Reference, any first-class business bouse in Philadelphia.
jp; ft mbwMj s 09.
FRUIT AND PRODUCE
101 Spruce street, Philadelphia.
I Irish and sweet potatoes are specialties. Invoice cards and stencils
furuished free on application.
Consignments solicited. Returns made promptly.
REFERENCES:?G. H. West & Sons, 21 N. Third St., R. G. Dennis ft
Sons, Shady Side, Va., Sixth National Bank, Phila., W. R. Bunting,
Accomac C. H., Va., Broughton & Matthews, Temperanceville, Va.
Money deposited to pay shippers with Broughton & Matthews, Tem?
peranceville, and Coleburn & Sons, xVccomac C. H.
Our Shippers Our Agents.
JOSEPH S. COX & SON.,
Wholesale "Commission Merchants in
Berries. Fruits, Potatoes, and all Pro?
duce, Oysters, Clams, Terra?
pins, Poultry, Eggs, &c.
\ \ Spruce Street &77to 80S. Dei. Ave. Market,
References:?W. H. Whealton, Crisfield, Md.; J. B. Jones, Cherry?
stone, Va.; Dr. C. Smith, Bird's Nest, Va.; E. W. Houster, Millsboro,
Del.; Sixth National Bank.
W. R. BYRD # CO,
Formerly of Accomac County, Va.,
Commission Merchants, in Early Fruits, Vegetables, '0%s~
ters, Terrapins, Wild Fowl, Eggs, Poultry and
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
I Shipping Letter,
Cor. Bowly's Wharf and Wood street, .
B* M SWAM1N,
98 Park Place, New York,
"Commission Merchant for the sale of all kinds of
Country Produce, Fruits, Berries, &c.
SPECIALTIES-IRISH AND SWEET POTATOES.
Stencils and Invoice Cards Furnished on Application.
REFERENCES:?Any Bank or Banker in United States or J. R.
Hickmab, Accomac county, Va.
THOMAS BINGHAM. TV YCKOFF E. DEY
TMmrn BimgMm $ Q@*9
jpliolesale produce Commission Merchants,
19 AND 51 MERCHANTS ROW, W EST WASHINGTON MARKET
^Reference?North River Bank. Shipping.No. |34